Payments made by personal check, business check or online by ACH will be subject to a 3 business day hold to allow for clearance of funds. This hold will not be lifted until 3 business days have passed, regardless of your scheduled registration date. Any holds on your account must be satisfied before registration for the upcoming term will be allowed.
If you have questions regarding an outstanding balance or a financial hold on your account, please contact the Student Accounts Office at (630) 829-6503.
Tuition and fees are incurred at the time of registration. For ALL programs payment of tuition, fees and housing charges is due seven (7) calendar days after the first day of class unless the balance is covered by financial aid or set up on a payment plan.
Tuition is due by the tuition due date whether or not a bill has been received. Students can always view their most up-to-date account information at http://www.ben.edu/MyBenU.
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Lisle, IL 60532
Benedictine University accepts cash, personal checks, cashier's checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, American Express (with Cashier only) and Discover. Student may view and pay their accounts online at www.ben.edu/MyBenU from any on-campus computer or access MyBenU via BenUConnect at www.ben.edu/BenUConnect from off-campus. Instructions on how to make an online payment.
Benedictine University has partnered with Higher One to provide interest-free monthly payment options through the TuitionPay Plan. Students may create budgets (tuition and fees minus financial aid) to manage their tuition costs annually or per term, depending on their program. Students may enroll online at http://www.tuitionpaymentplan.com/ben or call (800) 635-0120 to speak with a TuitionPay consultant. Be sure to have your estimated budget ready when you call or visit the website. If your budget changes at any time (increase/decrease in financial aid, increase/decrease of tuition charges or fees), please contact TuitionPay to adjust your payment plan accordingly. Please note that if the budget amount does not equal your balance due with BenU, a financial hold and late payment fee may apply. Please note that you will continue to receive monthly billing statements from Benedictine University while enrolled in a payment plan through TuitionPay until your student account balance with Benedictine University is paid in full.
For a $20 fee per session, students can arrange with Higher One's TuitionPay, a single tuition payment due at the end of the term/session (plus a grace period). Documentation of your approval in your employer's tuition assistance plan must be submitted to the Student Accounts Office of Benedictine University prior to enrolling in this plan. An updated copy of your eligibility must be submitted annually. Students may fax this documentation to Student Accounts at (630) 829-6501 or email it to SAR@ben.edu. After submitting documentation showing eligibility, the student may enroll in the plan that best corresponds with their class and program. If the student's enrollment changes after the initial set up of this plan, the student will be responsible for adjusting the payment plan either online or with a TuitionPay consultant at (800) 635-0120. For any new payment plan or increase to a payment plan, the student is required to sign an online disclosure agreeing to the terms of the payment plan. Payment should be made directly to TuitionPay on or before the due date.Please note that tuition is due in full according to the deferred due date specified by TuitionPay regardless of when individual employers reimburse their employees.
Quarter/Semester - Students can arrange with Higher One's TuitionPay, a single tuition payment plan due at the end of the term (plus approximately a month grace period) with proper documentation from their employer. The budget (tuition and fees minus financial aid) should be for the entire quarter/semester. For example, if you are enrolled in 3 courses for the fall quarter/semester, you must include tuition charges for all 3 courses (minus financial aid) to avoid a late fee and financial hold. Once your budget has been established, your would enroll in the employer reimbursement plan through TuitionPay at http://www.tuitionpaymentplan.com/ben during the first week of class. Payment should be made to the payment plan on or before the due date.
Summer Quarter/Semester students choose "Summer" Term of Study --> Payment due date October 1, 2017
Fall 2017 Quarter/Semester students choose "Fall" Term of Student --> Payment due date February 1, 2018
Online Students choose "ONLINE Student" as Term of Study
|Session #||Due Date|
|Session 1||December 1st|
|Session 2||February 1st|
|Session 3||April 1st|
|Session 4||June 1st|
|Session 5||August 1st|
|Session 6||October 1st|
**Please note that if payment is received by TuitionPay earlier than the due date, it will not appear on your student account until after the due date has passed.
Online session, Adult MOD and Learning Team - Students can arrange with Higher One's TuitionPay, a single tuition payment plan due at the end of the session (plus approximately a month grace period) with proper documentation from their employer. For example, your fall session 1 course begins August 29 and ends October 23. Your payment due date would be December 1. You would enroll in an employer reimbursement plan through TuitionPay at http://www.tuitionpaymentplan.com/ben during the first week of class. Select your appropriate program from the "Term of Study" drop down box and choose the plan that corresponds with your term/session. Payment should be made to the payment plan on or before the due date.
The Student Accounts Office will bill a third party (an organization, business or agency) for any and all charges on a student's account, if a valid authorization from the third party sponsor is received on or before the beginning of the course/term. Benedictine will send an invoice to the third party after the add/drop period. Payment is due upon receipt of the invoice and is not contingent upon the student successfully completing the course. All authorized and non authorized charges not paid for by the third party will be the responsibility of the student.
***Failure to meet Options by payment deadline will result in a late payment fee of $100 and a financial hold placed on the student's account***
Payment of tuition or fees with a check or ACH that is subsequently returned from the bank unpaid will result in a returned check fee posted to your student account. A student may not satisfy a returned check obligation with a personal check.